The Workers’ Compensation Claims Process
There are numerous steps in the California workers’ compensation claims process and many different rules and regulations that you must follow at each step. When you are injured at work, your primary concern should be your recovery from your injury and not figuring out a complex system of laws and regulations.
At Canlas Law Group, APLC, we handle the complicated side of the workers’ compensation process so that you can focus on your health. Our dedicated legal team will work tirelessly to help restore your dignity and get you the benefits you deserve. Whether filing an initial application or appealing your case, the resources of our entire legal team are dedicated to your case.
The Workers’ Compensation Process
It is beneficial to have a lawyer involved in your workers’ compensation case as soon as possible. We can make sure you do not miss anything in your initial application and eliminate many of the errors that people make when going through the process by themselves.
In the initial stages of the workers’ compensation process, we can help you:
- Find an approved medical provider.
- Fill out the required paperwork.
- Ensure you are following all of the requirements to remain eligible for benefits.
- Develop medical evidence needed to support the severity of your injuries and get you the benefits you deserve.
If your employer refuses to provide the benefits required under California law, our legal team will assertively help you get the benefits you need. We will:
- Gather medical records and other evidence
- Schedule medical experts
- Take depositions
- Represent you at your workers’ compensation hearing
If your request is denied by the workers’ compensation judge, our powerful legal team is well equipped to appeal your case.
Our team of attorneys handling the workers’ compensation claims process, hearing representatives and support staff are dedicated to helping clients located in Los Angeles County, Orange County and San Bernardino County make as full a recovery as possible. If your employer refuses to pay your workers’ compensation claim, contact us as soon as possible for help with your case.